Iconify is a new service that offers a key new feature to photographers. In addition to being your standard portfolio and contact site, the key offering here is that it allows your portfolio to be downloaded to any smartphone/tablet as an app. Yes, you heard me right, an app. Your portfolio will now exist on the owners device as an application that they can browse at any time.
Aside from its key differentiation Iconify is also an extremely clean and minimal site, the central navigation is only 51px and allows for your images to be front and center. It also provides some basic analytics for you to track how effective your portfolios reach is and what are your popular genres.
For more information be sure to check out Iconify.
The popular 500px.com site has just released an app for the Android OS feel free to snag it here?
They have also released a Mac uploader for Mac Users. I can only hope a plugin for Aperture is released in the near future.
Is your 365 project getting you down, I think I have the solution for you, not only can you complete this one in a little over a month but you can also do the entire thing from your smartphone and its FREE. Take a look at ThirtySixPoint5.com and get your own mini project started.
I don’t need to say much about this and delay your access to the app, so here is the link!
Limber up those thumbs gaming gurus, because a new challenge may be on its way to your PlayStation 3 console: photo editing. PCWorld is reporting that Sony will be rolling out some new “photo editing software” for the PS3 early this week. Tweaking photos aside, the software’s ultimate purpose will be to provide access to and allow the sharing of digital stills through the company’s PlayMemories Online (and your other Sony portable media devices), which is set to launch later this year. The report states that the software will be on sale here in the US on Tuesday and carry a price tag of $18 — a 30-day trial will also be available. What say you PlayStation Legion? Are you ready to retouch your stills with a D-pad?
Sony to add photo editing to PlayStation 3’s repertoire this week? originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 26 Mar 2012 09:37:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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Process will let you brush up your photos in no time
Process is a new take on photo editing apps. It’s simple, fast, powerful and has some very clever ideas about how we edit our photos. The in-app introduction describes it as a “non-linear editor for photos,” and that’s not far from the mark.